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QoS question

If i have the following statement

Class-map match-all xxx1

Match protocol http

Class-map match-all xxx2

Match protocol http host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

policy-map xxx

   class xxx1

       set dscp af11

   class xxx2

       set dscp af12

within this statement once http traffice is marked from the first class-map would the traffic that matches the second statement also be marked even though it is http traffic as well? Or would onlcy the traffic be marked for one and not the other?

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Re: QoS question

Kevin,

Each class is processed in the order they are put in the Policy map.

If i understood your question, then swap your classes inside the policy map and it should work like a champ..-:)

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Re: QoS question

Kevin,

Each class is processed in the order they are put in the Policy map.

If i understood your question, then swap your classes inside the policy map and it should work like a champ..-:)

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Re: QoS question

Thank you very much Tharak!  That does answer my question.

Kevin

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